24 Mar James & Madison’s Elegant SoHo63 Wedding
We’re excited to feature James & Madison’s gorgeous St. Andrew the Apostle ceremony & SoHo63 reception on the blog today! These high school sweethearts have the kind of strong, confident love that shows the world how committed they are to each other. We loved how they looked into each others’ eyes with such safety and depth throughout the whole day.
When we arrived at the church to start the day, Madison was cool as a cucumber and just enjoying her time with her bridesmaids – no stress, no panic, no worry. This set the tone for the rest of the day together, which was calm and sweet and felt so “right”. Oh but don’t worry, as soon as the sun went down and this crew hit the dance floor, they celebrated like there was no tomorrow!
The Catholic Mass ceremony was lovely in every way, with some very sweet personal touches included by friends and family members. A short drive away, the elegant and lively SoHo63 reception venue was ready for a party when we arrived! Cocktail hour was held in a historic, exposed-brick library, while the reception took place in a beautiful modern ballroom, paired with a bar terrace that featured a stunning fireplace and open ceiling.
Our favorite details of the day were the gorgeous flower arrangements both at the ceremony and reception by Everybody Loves Flowers. We also loved how close and supportive Madison & James’ families were, and how much everyone loves their little family. Their adorable son, Jameson, was the life of the party and showed everyone up on the dance floor! We hope you enjoy getting a taste of the Corwin’s first day as husband and wife and we wish them every happiness as they begin their marriage together!
Special thanks to all the fantastic vendors who helped make this day possible!
Ceremony: St. Andrew The Apostle Catholic Church
Reception: SoHo63 Events
Florals: Everybody Loves Flowers
Catering: SanTan Brewing Company
Hair: Candace at Foxtail Salon
Bride’s Gown: Allure Bridal
Photo Booth: SnapBooth Entertainment
Makeup: Faith Sanders